Reminder: Annual Waste Report is Due March 1st

Solid Waste Permit

  As the year comes to a close, don’t forget about the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s (NYSDEC) Solid Waste Annual Report requirements. Businesses all across the state must submit various information about wastes received, processed, or sent out during the 2017 calendar year. In accordance with 6 NYCRR (New York Codes, Rules… Read More

Suffolk County Commercial Cesspools Will No Longer Be Grandfathered-in During Redevelopment

Commercial property owners undergoing renovations or expansions, take note of recent changes to the Suffolk County Sanitary Code. New Septic System Legislation The Suffolk County Legislature recently passed a bill to amend the portion of the Suffolk County Sanitary Code that regulates how waste water is handled, with the intent to improve water quality within… Read More

Groundwater 101: Monitoring Well Installation

Groundwater Monitoring Well Installation Basics Groundwater monitoring wells are commonly installed at sites that are known to be or suspected to be contaminated by a variety of substances such as petroleum compounds or chlorinated solvents. Groundwater Quality Sampling Monitoring wells allow for the analysis of chemical, biological and/or physical properties of groundwater within an aquifer,… Read More